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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1004.
FIVE Watches in a Tant turn, Watches arc trylnsr, vexatious thlnes when thev eet to actinp bidiv There are few inanimate thlnes that can bother one .more wbei they turn your watthS! BSS S3 m&oiif0ffff&XSt your warcn may oe, we will engage to cut It tnt J ancle ole order once more at very modest cost. Our repairers know their trade Thev fix S great many watched In the course or the year, and few Indeed are the anvwi jja aM f&vcCty utrtc Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem, Ore. H-H'4H-4H-K-H-H-H' Local Events In the fr-M-fr-M-M-H-M-t-H M n -H-f -M-H" Social Realml PERSONAL8. J. J. Roberts wont to Portland last evonlng. Frank Holmos wont to Portland last ovonlng. Dr. J. L. Hill' was In Salem this morning. Rev. J. II. Coleman wont to Portland this morning Alox. Potter camo down from Tur ner this morning. R. D. Duncan wont to Portland this morning for a short stay. Henry Cornoyor was a passongor for Portland this morning. D. T. Prescott wont to Woodbum last evening for a visit and rest L. K. Adams wont to Portland last ovonlng on professional business. B, B. Horrick, Jr., returned from a visit to his family In Turner this morn. Ing. Mrs. J. W. Wilbur, of Union, is vis iting at tho homo of 0. L. Parmontcn on East Stato street. Miss Jcsslo Holmes wont to Port land last evening, whoro Bho will visit friends for afow days. Eugene Willis, of Portland, was In Salem yestorday) afternoon, Jrfavtlng for homo lost ovonlng. J. W. Woodruff wont to Portland this morning for an oxtondod business trip In tho northorn part of tho state J. W. Baker, of Cottago Orovo, was In Salem yostorday aftornoon for o short visit with his brother, Prof. L. II. Baker, of tho Lincoln school. Mr. Baker, who is stato gnmo warden, ox pectn to go East In a fow daya to at tend tho annual session of tho Lcaguo of American Sportsmon, which moots In Cleveland, Ohio, this month. WAN! S NO TWO-BIT. LAW SUITS i m n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 mi 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 e i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 i n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 ih miiiiiiiihii Correspondent Expres es His Opinion About Fighting vthe Charter Editor Jeurnal: I was approached by a solicitor for a subscription tho othoV- day to help fight tho charter. I was told that only $2.50 each was asked of each ono to mako tho logal battlo In tho courts and carry It to tho supromo court. "Whllo I was A. II. Johnson wont to Jolforson against being annexed to tho city It this morning for a brlof business scorns to mo that Is too small a basis .visit. to bocln a fight on. when tboro are A. R. Hathaway was a passenger Intorests lnolvIng thousands of dol- for Albany this morning for a fow hus to slnglo Individuals, who aro days' stay. holding back and want us llttlo fol- Drs. Thomas and Barr returned this loW8 to B noal with It. If Just a .morning from a professional visit to!fow of us 2,B0 cltlzons aro to shell I Portland. v 0t the fund won't pay tho costs In II. O. Van Dusen, of Astoria, Is In tt cnso tlmt has to bo carried on over I tho city for a short stay with business a nor,0(1 ot not lss hnn a year and I at tho capltol. t I w"1 00 met antl resisted by Uio Btrong- Mrs. Halllo Parrlsh-Hlnges went to cst lawyors tho presont city govorn- Dallas today, whoro sho wall sing at mont cnn mply. 1 am told tho wholo a concert this evening. I olt'1 Eovornment wltli ono oxcoptton Miss Catherlno Horgan, of Portland ls ,n favor r "Bhtlng to keep tho spent Sunday In this city, visiting her J clmrtor d that ono, Alderman Walk- brother and slstor, sho returning homo cr omy u,irorB in saying tnoy uiu not last evonlnc. - imnko tho linos right I want to bo Rev. A. Eborlo roturned last oven lug from an over-Sunday visit In Leb anon, whoro ho conducted servlcos In tho Lutheran church. 'counted out on a two-bit lawsuit un dor tho circumstances of tho caRc. B. L. M. Drew Jury List. Justlco of tho Poaco Horgnn yester day aftornoon, with tho assistance of two freeholders, called In 'for that pur poso, solectcd tho Jury list for the coming year, In accordanco with tho Fish Hatcheries All Right. Fish Commissioner Van Dusen came up from Portland this morning to at tond tho monthly mooting of tho board of fish commissioners, which ls hold this aftornoon. Ho fllcd his re port for 1903, a voluminous document, . dlirtUftnrp Vtr nruimtlnnH n9 4Un .tnkw statute. Tho list bo drawn consists of '. . .7. """ "'" uu" uiuu lor mo post, year, in mis report CO names, men who will bo called up on to sorvo as Jurors during tho year when Jury cases aro on for trial. This list should have been drawn on Janu ary 1st, but, owing to a press of work, It was postponed ono month, In cordanco with law. ac- SHtM-e4.3wWjj. J. M. Hafeeriy The Pill Atftoci'at Prescriptions Precisely Pre pared. Purity pre-eminent Proficient Pharmacist Patronize the Prescription f UIUK oiuiv ii Palace Ptatmacy " !! itZ State St. Salem. n-tianitti(ii'gniiaH ho states that It has again boon dora onstratod that artificial propagation of Salmon is tho ono thing that Is I preserving tho great Ashing Industry ,Ira tho Columbia river, and ho calls mo propagation, oy artificial means, tho sowing of tho seed for future A Surprise Party. crops. Last ovonlng tho homo of Mr. I During tho past year over 300,000, and Mrs. A. Conlff, In South Salem, 00 young Chinook fry woro hatched was tho sccno of a morry gathering, and placed In tho Columbia by tho About 40 young pcoplo gathered and Bovoral hatchorlos.. took tho family by entlro surprise Tho flshorlos oni tho Oregon sldd Tho tlmo was most pleasantly spout of tho rlvor'nnd of tho coast streams with numorous games, and tho oven- show a groat Increaso, tho Columbia lng wound up with a Jolly "taffy-pull.", Ishorloa alono showing nn Increase Tho party was given as a farowoll to over laBt year of 20 por cont. Tho tho Conlff children, as thoy loavo to- Increase In tho pack over last year for morrow with tholr naronts for tholr old homo In Nobraskn, Coos County Patient, Ncciolo Clawrlo, a resident of Lib by, Oregon, was rocolvod at tho asy lum yostorday from Coos county. Ha ls a Iaboror 27 years old, and homicid al. Ho has on sovoral occasions threatonod bodily harm to persons In his surroundings. Wlllard Bonjamln brought tho patient down, and John S Coko, of Marshflold, guardian, of tho man, Is charged with tho duty of pay for tho caro of tho patlont to the amount ot $300. all Orogon streams Is shown to havo jboen C.1C8.377 pounds. Tho gonoral summary of tho fish i products caught In Orogon waters last yenr is shown as follews: Salmon products $3,012,343 , Other fish 1C.9G9 Sholl-flsh product 14.G88 Club Needs the Money. Tho first quarter's dues of tho Creat or Salem Commorclal club aro now duo any payable to tho secretary, Jos O. Graham. Tho club ls carrying on Total 13,044,00 MAY RUN AUTO Boys' Stits ow Reduced! Our entire line of Boys Knee Pant 8ulU are now reduced to exceptionally low prices. A wido selection; of No.-folks, two and three-piece suults, from the ages of 3 to 15 years, and velvet suits from the ages of 3 to 7 years. Three Piece Strits Redcsced from Two Piece Suits "Reduced from Velvet Softs Reduced from $7.50.. 6.50.. 6.00.. $6.00.. v5.50., 5.00lc $5.00., 4.50.. To tf- v $4-85 1':::::::: $3.$5 $7.50 (D A AC 5- w &Q it? To UJ'ftVK 4.50 AO VPJ.40 $4.50 T $3.45 S:::::::: $1.85 Rate Values In Men's Suits $9.00 cults now $6.00; $12.00 now $8.00; $15.00 now $10.00; $18.00 now $12.50; $22.50 now $16.50; $25.00 now $18.00. These suits are superior In pattern, grade and manufacturing, than any other In the city. Over- 4. coats In all lengths, both loose and close fitting, which are reduced to similar prices. 45c ;! 95c;: SaiemWoolenMil Store C. P. BISHOP, Proprietor HEAVY UNDERWEAR Regular 700 a garmont now $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 Dross .Glovos now -H-H-H-l IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIH IH lllll H-H'Wt :MHH"frt- HI 8 II 8 I III I 1 M I MONTHLY ASYLUM REPORT Tho board of trustoos for tho Insano asylum mot last ovonlng and received thb report of tho superintendent for tho month of January, which was audited' and placod on fllo. Tho su perintendent in his lottor transmitting Iho report says: "Tho general health for January has been about as usual, with tho ox coptlon of ono mild caso. of diphtheria on ward No. 31. This caso dovolopcd oarly In tho month, and was Immedi ately quarantined, has rocovorod, and wo do not oxpect any further sproad of tho dlsoaso. Tho caso of smallpox roported last month has recovored. 'Wo havo transforrod 16 of the Alaskan patlonts to tho sanitarium at Portland, and oxpoct to transfor thoso romalnlng somo tlmo during tho pros ont month, ,, 'jffho farm, .work for tho mohth has consisted of hauling, grading, ditch ing, plowing, ropnlrlng fences and gathering vegotablbs. Tho mechnn leal dopartmonts aro working on tho lavatorlos and gonoral ropalrs." Tho statistical roport for tho month shows tho following changes In the population of tho asylum: Mle Fml Ttl Patlonts Doc. 31 .... 949 400 1319 Reed during Jan .... 20 11 37 Dlsohd, dIod, etc ... 30 4 40 Tho cost of supplies for Uie sovoral dopartmonts of tho institution shows an oxpondlturo of 7837 20. REAL ESTATE AND HOPS LINE PWM GEO. E. WATERS s jl Wholesale Tobacconist aad ( Ciga Dealer 3 Largest Stock in Willamette Valley g 252 COMMERCIAL 8TREET SALEM, OREGON. E BnniinnniiM KK our champion nfHnfe OUR CHAMPION Not a cheap trust-made article, but t he best 5 cent cigar on sale, AUG. HUCKINSTEIN, Manufacturer, 8aUm. 4eit080iot-g48frae!caf feioseittifrf4e-Kfrw !! I Thoro Is a possibility that an auto- Important work, and needs tho money, j D0 ostabllshod by tho Columbia South- orn railroad between Durns and Bend, to connect with tho oxtonslon of tho railroad to tho lattor nlnce. If the lino is established, Orogon will havo tho longost and ono of thb most ro- markablo automobllo railways In tho world. Powerful freight motors, ca pable of hauling 12 tons, and pas songor cars accommodating 20 pas songors aro to bo operated, giving a dally sorvlco botweon Durns and Bend. By this1 moans frolght from tho Interior of tho state, tlmt now ro- quires six days for moving to a rail road, can bo dollvered at Portland In lesa than two days, and passengers can roach hero In 24 hours. Tho lino If put Into operation, will open up a country that has long suffered from lack of moans of transportation, and will sorvo tho purpose almost as well as a railroad. Tho directors of the Columbia Southern havo not yot dotormlned to Install tho lino, but they havo been In j vestlgatlng Its- feasibility for Jomo, tlmo. 'Whon It was decided to oxtond 1 tho present rail lino from Shoniko to. Bend, tho neods of tho pooplo further In tho Interior wero brought very forcibly to tholr attention. Like Old Times. Tho Reading, California, Beo, of a recont date, says: "An unconfirmed roport has reachod Itodding that Itohm Wilson, son of Honry Wilson, waa caught and tor turod by tho Yaqui Indians, In Arizo na. Ifonry Wilson was at ono tlmo tho hoavlost taxpayor In Tohama county. Rohm, ono of tho sovoral sons, was well-known In Shasta coun ty, and went to Arizona to engage In tho cattlo buslnoss. Now comos tho roport that sovoral weeks ago ho was captured by tho Yaquls, and put to tho most cruol death known to that cruol tribe. Tho roport ls that ho waa tied down ovor tho hill of a foroclous jspecios of ant, and left thoro to dlo from oxcruclatlng torture. Doath In sucn cases cemes: slowly, painfully but sura." Geo. W. Jonos and wlfo havo sold tholr houso la North Salem, togother with lots G and C, In block 5, North Snlom, for C00. Francos S. Jonos, of Brooklyn, N Y., has sold to Lydla V. Lehman, 0 small tract of land on South Commor clal and Losllo streets for $700. J. A. Nicholson and wlfo, of Carrolt Iowa, who owned somo lots In ScottP Mills havo sold tho samo to C, II) Blackson, of that llttlo city. Hop contracts woro also fllcd In tho county rocordor's offlco last ovonlng by Bonjamln Schwartz & Son. of Now York, for olght crops of 1904 hops ln,j iiiuuuii uuuiu, un in itiuui ut in cuiiiu a pound. Thoso selling thplr hops, togothor with tho numbor of pounds contracted In each caso, are: 'J. ProvQSjt, 1G,000 pounds; L. P Gooding, 10,000; J. N. and C. J. Good ing, 10,000; J. II. Blorwnrd, 10,000; B, C. Davidson, 8000; Ezra Hurst, C000; Chas. Vlncont, 5000; Potor Kirk, 8000. The Title Settled. L. J. Martin vs. Mary M. Glat, ot al, a suit to quiet tltlo to a tract of land, was this morning decided by Judga Bolsb, who rondorod a docrco as prayed for by tho plaintiff. t ,j MQt8maitneiaiHM ; ; Monday ; ; Morning Turner Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Id. Martin wero visit Ing atnSalom tho past week. J. Crawford has a brothor visiting him from Louisiana. Miss Alloo Smith, (ho primary teachor, suffered most of last wook with oczoma. Mitts Bortha Knight took hor placo In tho school room Mrs. Condon Is qulto sick with heart trouble. Rov. Bowor, of Albany, Is holding rovlval sorvlcos at tho Christian Church. Tho local W. C. T. U. held an In terostlng and profitable moetlng Wed nosday forenoon, at tho pleasant homo of County Prostdont Mrs. K. M. Stoolo It was voted to ask tho proper author Itioa to shut up Turner's llttlo gam bllng den, If posslblo. Harry Llndsloy Is about again aftor a sevoro attack of 'lung fovor. s I v; V -w'S, Nlnoty-flvo onoacro tracts In Smith's Fruit Farms No. 2,. will ha placed on -salo. f t , JG down and ?5 a memttrbuya ono or moro tracts. B i i Salem Abstract s and Land Go; I J F. W. WATERS, Mr. S .i.i.i.iaii(.i.i.i.i We Sell Jftmf&r Experienced. "How Is tho now girl going to do?" asked Mr. Forguson. "Sho hasn't had much exporlonco,' said his wlfo, "but I think sho will bo all right wherj sho gots broken In." Thon camo a loud sound of falling crockery from tho kitchen. "Sho sooms to bo making a good start, anyhow," obsorved Mr. Forgu son, oncouraglngly Chicago Tribuno Albany, Or, Fob. 2. Tho Albany board of health was confronted by a mystorlous caso today. Nolghbors of Mrs. Myrtlo Goodman roportod an In fant at tho homo of tho lattor woman, which baby had not boon roportod to tho health ofllcors, Mrs. Goodman, claimed tho Infant had botm loft with hor Sunday aftornoon by a young wo man, whoso namo would not ho ro vealod. Thq circumstances surround ing tho caso will bo investigated by tho officials. Wk&Xil!J&U$UtWl iW winnlj ! MORE TIME THAN MONEY Somo people have to spend, but If you have no time, possibly you might $ llko to bare one of our fine 15-Jowel tlmokoepors, as they do not require S much money for tho investment. Our stock of flno watches for ladles andT gontlemen Is complete, and embraces? everything In Elgin and Walthamx watches. Prices lower than ovor. copianr C T. POMEROY Watchmaker And Optician. 288 Commercial Street. EH H 7 New J H School Term m Perfected Appeal. The transcript on appeal, in the case of Mary Sabllla Ollschlager, pe titioner, va J. M WIdmor, et al . ob lectors, waa this aftornoon filed In tho circuit court. This Is tho contest over tho appointment of guardian foe the person and estate of Henry Oll schlager, Insane, which was recently t4MH3frliieif ltEtt9'iISfr decided In favor of Mrs. In tho county court. Ollschlager 9 Commences Monday, and the m children will receive their S! want lists this mornlncr, we W have every facility for sup H Plyfntr each and every want 2" at orlces that will please our W patrons IN pencils and tab I lets wearenow showing cur new 1904 novelties, J Pattons Book Stoe H In New Quarters. L. M. Halnos, tho old-tlmo tailor, who was compelled- to leavo tho wood en building, whoro ho has been for so. many years, has moved Into tho flno brick storo room at 230 Commorclal streot, whoro ho will horoaftort bq found with a 'good line of goods, and bottor proparod than ovor to please hid patrons. Fuller & Douglas Grocers J 42 State St. Phont'2201 1 n 1 1 1 1 b b ii 1 8 1 1 1 9 e 1 m a I Ride With Pleasure 1 Itubbor Urea of all kinds. 1 Rubbor tlrod wheels to fit your ' buggy. Only boat rubber used. ; All work guar&ntoed. :: : : Ira W Jorgensenf : : . Next door south of Salem hotel. ) : Wl-W-I lim 1 1 il-t ill il-fri ' EXPENSIVE? The bucket bowl contraption filled butter talntluu old Idea ttparator certainly is expn tlve. Unlike all otaers the Sharpies TvbttUt Separators VVsites no power jett all the crosuv makes tho bo t butter requires yttr few repairs anal la tafo i!way3 safe-Jafe la All Ways, Let me show von how simple tho greateit separator tirsd the catalog describing It. F, A, Wiggins Implement Houso 235-257 Liberty St . Fara Implements. Aoto aebllts. Sewiar Mscblaes and Supplies. N. H. BURLEY.S4BeMa(l)his Kewlrtiur, un b